The Voice Australia

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The Steve Clisby story has been largely unsung, however his has the hallmarks of a life lived in music. Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. The California native played the piano and saxophone from age seven and studied singing throughout high school. In the 1970s, he and 17 colleagues took the Hendrix trail to Europe – and there they stayed.

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Everyone knows Harrison Craig from his stand out performances on The Voice Australia. The 18 year old has been sweeping Australia off its feet with his silky tones and heart-warming vocals. Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. From his rendition of Unchained Melody, to Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling In Love to his own original single, More Than A Dream; Harrison Craig has been setting the charts alight.

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Born in Melbourne, raised in Adelaide The Voice contestant Chris Sebastian took an interest to music at a very early age. Chris was 13 when he realised that music was what he wanted to do with his life. Mucking around with the Cool Edit program, he recorded himself singing along to a Babyface track. "It was kind of karaoke," he recalls, "but when I heard my voice, I thought, 'This is it, music is what I'm going to do." Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. After his brother Guy won the first Australian Idol, the producers approached Chris, wanting him to be on the show. But he decided to follow his own path, forging his own way in the music world. “A lot of people think it’s been easy with my last name,” Chris says, “but it hasn’t been. I need to prove myself as an artist. And, of course, I have a lot to live up to, though our music is very different.”

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Daughter of two musicians and singing teachers, The Voice sensation Diana was singing at age four and writing songs at age eight. All through her teens Diana lived and breathed music so it was no great surprise when she dropped out of high school early in order to focus solely on her passion. Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. Diana ventured to the States as a 17-year-old looking to develop her craft. Diana has no career back-up plan; Music is it.

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Star of The Voice Glenn Cunningham has been singing since he could speak, played piano since he was five years old, written songs since he was nine and played guitar since he was sixteen. Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. There has never been anything else but music for this R&B singer. Glenn has done backing vocals for Delta Goodrem, Ricky Lee, John Farnham and Jimmy Barnes but never been the front man; The Voice is his chance to step into the spotlight.

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Straight from Australia's number one rated TV Show, The Voice "Pocket Rocket Diva" Danni Da Ros is one of Australia’s most talented, versatile and dynamic vocalists. Her powerful soulful tone, unbelievable range, and demanding stage presence allowed her make it to the top 4 in Team Delta on and gave her a number 19 single on the iTunes Chart with "Alone". Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. A name synonymous with the Sydney live music scene, Danni has been singing and performing for over 15 years all over Australia and in countries such as the USA, Dubai and Singapore and was the featured singer for Qatar’s Olympic bid in 2007 broadcast throughout the Middle East.

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Growing up in Townsville, North Queensland, Luke began his performance career writing music and gigging in local pubs and clubs with his high school band. The band supported Australian rock acts Jebediah, Killing Heidi, The Choir Boys, The Hoodoo Gurus, The Whitlams and Jimmy Barnes. Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. Luke’s musical theatre credits include The Sound of Music, The King and I (Louis), My Fair Lady, Victor Victoria (The Jazz Singer), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Judah), Les Miserables (Marius), Chicago (Mary Sunshine), The Wiz (The Lion), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (The Beast), Children of Eden (Cain/Japheth), The Last Five Years (Jamie), Songs for a New World (Man 1), Grease (Teen Angel) and he has played Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar in 5 productions around Australia over the past decade.

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Prinnie Stevens, better known as Australia's answer to Beyonce on the hit TV show The Voice is bringing her live show to audiences around Australia. Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. With the hottest male and female dancers, a mix of club anthems and some of her original material, Prinnie continues to bring her raw and sexy energy that won her a spot on Joel Madden’s team.

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R'n'B soul team Kristal West and Zaachariah Fielding met four years ago but only recently melded their talents to form the duo ZK. Pointing to fellow indigenous artist Jessica Mauboy as a beacon for their aspirations, they are a lyrical blend of artists including Lauren Hill, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston and Beyoncé. Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. As Indigenous Australian’s growing up in remote communities, both artists have struggled to have their voices heard, but that’s all set to change. The pair first met in Adelaide, where Zaacharia was cutting his teeth in the music industry as a member of an indigenous soul band. As their friendship grew and Kristal found her groove, they began performing together and collaborating as songwriters.

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A contestant and finalist in The Voice AU 2014, but where did it all begin? Five years ago Rattlesnake was born, a hard rock band on a mission to bring Rock 'N' Roll back onto the airwaves. Areas of speciality include The Voice Australia. Playing iconic venues such as Metro Theatre and pretty much every pub in NSW, Rattlesnake made a mark in the local rock scene. But the impact was not big enough and so it was decided that Frank Lakoudis would audition for The Voice to show all of Australia what he has to offer.